While indie film has events like Sundance to tout grassroots talent, there's been no such venue for emerging voices hoping to break into the television biz.
Casting directors have called off strike plans and opted instead to hold an election over authorizing the Teamsters union as their official representative. Neither side commented on the agreement…
MGM has settled on what is likely to be its final four films in its current incarnation. Following discussions with Sony, the Lion has greenlit the projects in advance of the studio's buyout by a…
Juliette Binoche, Heather Graham, Forest Whitaker and Matthew Modine will star in Abel Ferrara's religious-themed "Mary," lensing in Rome.
Owen Wilson has dug into his own pocket to option journalist John Falk's book "Hello to All That: A Memoir of War, Zoloft, and Peace," published by Henry Holt.
Oscar-nommed helmer Taylor Hackford is teaming with producer Jerry Bruckheimer for the Warner Bros. TV pilot "E-Ring," which is now expected to be toplined by former "Law & Order" star Benjamin Bratt.
Catherine Zeta-Jones is in negotiations to star in -- and may produce -- "Rachel's Holiday" for Universal-based Working Title Films. Pic, to be directed by Francesca Joseph, is an adaptation of…
Paramount Pictures and MTV Films have signed Sean "Puffy" Combs to develop a heist action-comedy as a starring vehicle for the music mogul.
Santa Monica-based B.D. Fox & Friends Advertising has launched B. D. Fox Marketing and Distribution. Shingle will bow with "Smile" April 8 in Los Angeles and San Francisco, followed by a national…
"American Dreams" will wrap its season a bit earlier than planned. NBC has trimmed the show's third season episode order to 17 segs from the 19 that had been planned.
Movielink has won summary judgment in a lawsuit that alleged its video-on-demand technology violated a Connecticut company's patents.